Rubber slippers are the worst thing you can wear this monsoon
The biggest drawback of wearing rubber slippers in the monsoons is the unappealing spray of mud that rises from the back of the footwear, coming in contact with the wet ground. And of course, the resultant Jackson Pollock-esque splatter all over your clothing is the last thing you need when you’re heading out. Another important point: rubber slippers aren’t exactly skid-friendly. Unless you want your hand in a sling from tripping on a wet, slippery surface, or something equally embarrassing, invest in water-proof footwear that offers you some grip.
If you’re the kind of person who jumps in horror when your feet come in contact with a wet, slimy object while walking on the street, the open rubber slippers are definitely not your friends. Keep your toes safe and dry in a pair of sturdy wellies instead, why don’t you? From jelly sandals, slides to boots, these are the best alternatives to rubber slippers we could find. Shop from our edit now.